Besides the iconic double row of 28 oak trees, Oak Alley Plantation features ample meeting spaces,a restaurant and overnight accommodations.
The Lodge at Deadwood is one of the newest and most luxurious hotels in Deadwood, and features panoramic views of the Black Hills.
Grand Rapids is perfect for planners who want a more affordable destination aside from the larger metro areas in the region.
Located at the convergance of two interstates and featuring a wealth of history, Macon draws meeting planners into the heart of Georgia.
The abundance of meeting spaces, amazing restaurants and outdoor sports make Florida’s Emerald Coast a treasure trove for meeting planners.
These three destinations provide a scenic backdrop of spruce-covered islands and small coastal communities for meetings in Southeast Alaska.
Colonial Williamsburg has been carefully restored to its pre-American Revolution glory and stands today as the world’s largest living-history site.
From its scenic spot on the north shore of Canandaigua Lake, the Inn on the Lake provides the laid-back atmosphere typical of the Finger Lakes region.
Sarasota County and its islands bring dazzling sand and sun to your meeting, as well as also abundant opportunities for culture and ecotourism.
Nevada offers a host of resorts from the ultra-luxurious to the old-timey, from the mountainsides of Lake Tahoe to the plateaus of the Mojave Desert.